Ed Sheeran joins The Voice this season as a ‘huge mentor’ alongside coaches Kelly Clarkson, Ariana Grande, John Legend and Blake Shelton
NBC Universal announced that the 30-year-old charter owner will bring his talents and experience to the show in season 21 as a ‘mega mentor’, on Tuesday.
Ed will mentor the contestants who have made it through the battle rounds with coaches Kelly Clarkson, Ariana Grandeand John Legend and Blake Shelton.
The mega mentor: NBC Universal announced that Ed Sheeran will bring his talents and experience to the show in season 21 as a ‘mega milestone’, on Tuesday
Starting Monday, October 25, Shivers crooner will step in to aid the entertainers during the knockout rounds where contestants are paired up against one of their teammates.
Leveraging his extensive experience in songwriting, music production, and performance to provide multi-faceted mentorship, Sheeran will guide artists in their vocal and technical choices and tailor the artists’ songs according to their strengths to enhance each performance. release.
Ed definitely knows a thing or two about musical success with four Grammy Awards under his belt and Four multi-platinum albums.
To date, he has sold over 50 million albums – a number that will likely rise with the release of his next album, =, later this month. His first two singles of =, Shivers and Bad Habits, quickly raced to the top of the charts.
EXPERTS AUTHORIZED: Starting Monday, October 25, Shivers crooner will step in to aid the entertainers during knockout rounds where contestants are paired up against one of their teammates
This won’t be the first ed contest on The Voice. Back in season five, he stepped in as head coach of Christina Aguilera.
Meanwhile, on this season of The Voice, Blind tests neared completion Monday night.
Coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Ariana Grande And John Legend pulled all of the stops to sign the remaining contestants they needed to complete their teams.
The episode ended with a strong performance by Brittany Brie, who had all four judges turn their chairs before choosing John Legend.
Team: Coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Ariana Grande and John Legend pulled out all of the stopping points on Monday to sign the remaining contestants who needed to complete their teams.
The first contestant in the fifth round of blind tests was Riley Blank, 20, of Ft. Myers, FL who sang “Anyone” to Demi Lovato.
Riley told the camera that music was her life and helped her “get her out of the trenches.” She said she doesn’t have many friends, has issues with bullying and suffers from depression and anxiety.
She eventually chose Ariana, who she said was so excited to have her on her team. Ariana said: “I love Riley.
The Voice auditions will continue Tuesday night on NBC.
Blind: Auditions for The Voice will continue on Tuesday night on NBC